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Russia Sends more Military Hardware to Syrian Armed Forces

TEHRAN: (Web Desk)- A huge cargo vessel of Russia, carrying a large volume of arms, ammunition and other advanced types of military equipment for the Syrian Armed Forces, entered waters of Mediterranean Sea. The huge Russian vessel of Grigori Bobidovich, which left the port city of Novorossiysk in Russia a …

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Over a dozen pilgrims die in bus overturn in Saudi Arabia

Over a dozen pilgrims have died in Saudi Arabia as the bus they were traveling in overturned on the road between the cities of Ta’if and Riyadh. At least 36 pilgrims were also injured in the incident which occurred on Saturday, according to the Arabic language Sabq website. All of …

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Security forces killed a woman: Bahrain opposition

Bahrain opposition groups say security forces killed a woman after her car got too close to a royal convoy but Manama claims the mother of three died in a terrorist bomb attack. On June 30, Fakhriya Msallam Ahmed Hasan was killed and her three children were injured in what the …

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Saudi mercenaries kill 3 children in Yemen’s Jawf province

Saudi mercenaries have killed three children in Yemen’s Jawf province. During their assault on a number of civilian buildings in Matun district in the northern Jawf province on Saturday, they also injured several other people. Riyadh is continuing with it merciless attacks on Yemen despite ongoing UN-backed peace talks being …

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Two bomb blasts kill 23 people in Baghdad

[/caption]At least 23 people have been killed and scores more injured as two separate blasts rock the Iraqi capital Baghdad. The first blast happened in the city’s central Karada district outside a local restaurant early on Sunday morning, while the second explosion went off shortly afterwards in eastern Baghdad. The …

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Muslim girls denied Swiss citizenship for refusing to swim with boys

GENEVA:(News Desk)- Swiss authorities have rejected the naturalisation application of two Muslim girls who refused to take swimming lessons at their school alongside boys, reported USA Today. The girls, aged 12 and 14, refused to take the compulsory lessons claiming their faith prevents them from swimming with males. The Basel …

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Landslides kill 10 in China, 8 in India

BEIJING: (Web Desk)- Heavy rain caused a landslide in southwestern China Friday that killed at least ten and left 12 others missing, local officials said. The landslide hit early morning and buried 29 people in the village of Pianpo, in the province of Guizhou, the official Xinhua news agency said, …

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Bahraini woman killed in roadside bomb attack

MANAMA: (Web Desk)- A woman has been killed and three children wounded when a roadside bomb exploded south of Bahrain’s capital, Manama, the interior ministry said in what it called a “terrorist” attack. The woman was reportedly driving on the opposite side of the highway near al-Eker village on Thursday …

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30,000 Syrian children ‘starving’ on Jordan border

DAMASCUS:(Web Desk)- More than 30,000 Syrian children are facing starvation in Jordan after authorities in Amman suspended life-saving food and medical aid to refugees living along its northeastern border with Syria. Between 60,000-70,000 Syrians, mostly women and children, have been denied access to food and safe drinking water during the …

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